I sent a resignation mail to a company after 2 months of joining because of full pressure, health issues and no training. Now HR is calling and saying like your employee ID is still active and its with client if you dont come back we will take a legal action. like that he is blackmailing. I signed a 2 years bond. I am still in probation period. Tell me what to do now??
From India, Bengaluru
sdvrg
16

HR EXE.
Hello , Please visit your offices ones and talk to your company HR and tell him all the problem which you facing now. Thankyou.
From India, Jalalpur
ravi5554
421

Asst.Manager -HR
Dear Friend,
This kind of inauspicious reasons may effect your professional growth, As a employee, your responsibility is to complete the separation process with employer in smooth way. In case, if you join any other company and they conduct your background verification then you may loose opportunities from reputed companies.

From India, Mumbai
vmlakshminarayanan
309

Sr.Manager - HR&Admin
Hi,
Please look for solution. If you approach HR by person they may guide you with some nominal solution. It is always advisable to ensure smooth separation from any employer.
Also please refer the following link wherein in our learned Member Sri Umakanthan had given related answer which seems more appropriate
https://www.citehr.com/607725-servic...s-between.html

From India, Madras
Pradipta Nath
85

Advocate
Your employer can claim compensation or damages from you, but certainly cannot pressure or force you to do work.
From India, Kolkata
Hiral Lalani
MBA(HR)
Although in the probation period, employer can’t force you to remain in their entity.But it is always advisable to ensure smooth separation from any employer.
From India, Navsari
ranjankr
Personnel Officer
Hi
You must understand that the course of action you have taken is not professional and hence such hassles. You must meet your HR and tell them your part of the story. As such you are in a 2 year bond and I believe you may have to pay some amount towards closing your bond with the Company. Once you contact HR, they will definitely help to ease out the separation process and you can negotiate too.

From India, Calcutta
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